:: In the red ::
Thursday, February 13, 2003
Tomorrow is St. Valentine's day. It is for some an occasion to reaffirm, cherish, and renew long-lasting bonds of love - a moment to examine and enjoy l'amour on its own terms, unencumbered by the baggage that so often plagues us in our daily routines. For others, February 14th is a day to express true feelings we might have kept under the surface for some time now; a catalyst to turn potential and possibility into reality and romance. It is just such a day for yours truly.
I've been eyeing you for a while now. When we were first introduced, you were quite clear about your limits, and I never tested them, although you have since become a bit more lenient. You've never ceased to amaze and surprise me with a rock-solid consistency that belies a diverse and carefree appetite for everything under the sun. While I must admit that you've grown a bit since we first became acquainted, it has only increased my already pressing desire to fulfill your every need.
When I went snowboarding, who was there to remind me, those many weeks later, of the good times? When I bought my digital camera, who made me appreciate just how much it was really worth? At times I may have shunned you, but you've never left my side. Whenever I brought you out with my friends, I saw nothing but smiles.
I can't afford to wait any longer. I know that if I miss this opportunity, it will haunt me forever. I don't want these life-long repercussions. I don't need these scars.
Yes, tomorrow is Valentine's day, but it happens to be payday as well. With that in mind:
Citibank MasterCard Debt, will you be my Valentine?
Posted by morland @ 01:43 PM
:: Comments ::
**shits on blog entry**
Posted by: Cole Trickle on February 13, 2003 04:04 PM
shrug... can't win 'em all.
Posted by: morland on February 13, 2003 04:15 PM
i think it would have been better if you mentioned a girl. if you were talking about february 15th, i would understand. february 15th is, of course, National Bitch About the Credit Card Debt We All Have Day
Posted by: the guy who lives in vail on February 13, 2003 05:40 PM
what does it feel like to owe money to a third party? i'm trying to imagine it, but i don't think i'm getting it right.
Posted by: josh on February 13, 2003 06:09 PM
The way I see it is that I can basically take anything from any store I want for free, and I just have to pay at least $11.00 in protection money to a nameless and faceless villain. IN return, the villain charges me only pennies on the dollar. It feels empowering. well, they actually have you by the proverbial testicles.
Posted by: the guy who lives in vail on February 13, 2003 09:31 PM
ghUH Daq Hegh! (pleae consult Klingon Translator to decipher meaning)
Posted by: Alex on February 14, 2003 10:12 AM
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